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A quarter of people living with HIV in the UK are over 50

The older generation of people with HIV need better support to keep them well, nurses say.

About a quarter of the 100,000 people with HIV in the UK are aged over 50.

Two-thirds of these are on treatment for other long-term conditions - twice the rate for the general population, Terrence Higgins Trust data shows.

Jane Dreaper reports.

  • 15 Jun 2014
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